A viral video circulating on social media shows the Ghana Police Service busily removing car tyres, lots of trees and heavy objects from a road. Reports indicate that the residents of Nchaban had already clashed with the Ghana Police Service about three months ago over this same road. They blocked the road that connect Nchaban to Manso. This road can be found in the Western Region part of Ghana.
They argued that the road is in a deplorable state that if authorities do not do anything about it they will not open it for transport usage. During the first clash, the Police promised the residents that the road will be fixed in no time. But that promise seems to be a promise made to calm their nerves.
This second clash with the police took place yesterday, 11th October 2021 as some residents seem to have hot arguments with the police. But the Ghana Police Service did not allow them to block the road, they remove all obstacles and allow cars to use the road. The residents did everything they can to cause confusion but because the policemen were many, they were able to overpower them.
Some policemen were seen exchanging words with the residents but no physical fight broke up between them.
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